Being a network admin it’s been very easy to handle such tasks of internet sharing. As we have lot internet connection options like EVO/EVDO you would probably found it little tedious to share. Recently in course to overcome this problem found very easy method to share EVO/EVDO/USB internet with other systems via wireless. Follow the guide below:
I am assuming you have two wireless enabled notebooks. I am giving both notebooks names as Notebook A and Notebook B. Notebook A would be with EVO device installed and connected.
1: create wireless connection on both notebooks in ad hoc mode.
2: Assign IP addresses manually to both wireless LAN cards. Chose whatever scheme you wish but keep one thing in mind that gateway should be reciprocal like: if you assign an IP 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 to Notebook A and Notebook B respectively then Gateway IP should be 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 both for Notebook A and Notebook B respectively.
3: Use DNS at Notebook B of EVO by confirming from Notebook A by running the “ipconfig/all” command on Command prompt in windows. Note there is no need to mention the DNS on Notebook A wireless card properties.
4: Download and install WinProxy software in your system.
5: Now connect your notebooks via already created wireless connection in step 1.
6: Confirm the connectivity by pinging
7: Run the WinProxy on Notebook A
8: Put the proxy setting in browser on Notebook B with IP address of Notebook A with 3128 port (that is default and can be changed)
That’s it now you can use internet on other than installed EVO system.
Let me know if problem persist and if you have any other method to share I would love to hear them as well.
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